Since the very beginning DIaLOGIKa has actively promoted the sales and distribution of its own proprietary products alongside its successful project business.
Our products for telecom companies and law enforcement and security agencies currently take front and center stage. Our overriding objective is always to optimize business processes and reduce our customers’ costs.
At the heart of InfPort43 is a number porting database enabling you to publish ported phone numbers (LNP, SNP and MNP), receive the published databases of other communications providers and resolve conflicts, e.g. in the exchange of ported data.
DIaLOGIKa operates a consolidated ported data database for landline numbers as a service for carriers. By significantly enhancing the quality of data this service can be used for routing, thus aiding carriers in achieving substantial cost savings.
InfBrok90 is an IT implementation of the SARV specification published by the Federal Network Agency, “SARV for Telecom Providers for Automating Subscriber and Traffic Data Information Requests” pursuant to section 112 of the German Telecommunications Act (TKG).
InfBrok100 is the workflow solution for integrated information requests of government authorities directed to telecom providers, i.e. information requests pertaining to traffic data pursuant to section 100g of the German Code of Criminal Procedure (StPO) and manual information requests pursuant to section 113 of the German Telecommunications Act (TKG).
With our web-based solution InfReq90, authorized bodies like law enforcement & security agencies and emergency services may initiate automated information requests as provided for by section 112 of the German Telecommunications Act (“SARS interface”) and electronically process the responses received back.
InfReq100 is an integrated automated solution for information requests by law enforcement and security agencies directed to telecom providers (various request types, i.e. as provided for by sections 100 a, b, g of the German Code of Criminal Procedure and section 113 of the German Telecommunications Act).